Report of proceedings at a meeting of the Bar of the City of New York: held January 18th, 1882 : called for the purpose of taking appropriate action in reference to the deaths of ex-judges : Henry E. Davies, Daniel P. Ingraham and John M. Barbour and Judge Charles F. Sanford
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